Bruce Willis doesn't want to forget his humble beginnings, so he still pays rent on a rundown Manhattan apartment. "To me, it's a reminder of where I came from. That's one memory I don't want to lose," Willis said in the Oct. 14 issue of Parade magazine. Before there was "Moonlighting" or "Die Hard" and "Die Hard 2," Willis supported himself in New York by working as a bartender and security guard. He earned a combined $10 million for the two "Die Hard" movies.